04/20/2019
The University of Oklahoma put an exclamation point on its 2018-19 season by winning the team title, giving them an undefeated season of 32-0, at the 2019 National Collegiate Women’s Championships at the Fort Worth (Texas) Convention Center Arena.
04/20/2019
Competition at the Minsk (Belaurs) World Cup at the Minsk Arena concludes Sunday with synchronized trampoline qualification and finals, plus the finals for individual men’s and women’s trampoline.
04/20/2019
Laura Zeng of Libertyville, Ill./North Shore Rhythmic Center, will compete in both the ball and clubs finals tomorrow at the World Cup at the Gymnastics Sports Hall in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
04/19/2019
Maggie Nichols of the University of Oklahoma won her second straight all-around title at the 2019 National Collegiate Women’s Championships at the Fort Worth (Texas) Convention Center Arena. UCLA, LSU, Denver and Oklahoma will compete in tomorrow's team final.
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